Dollar return

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Dollar return

The return realized on a portfolio for any evaluation period, including (1) the change in market value of the portfolio and (2) any distributions made from the portfolio during that period.

Dollar Return

The dollar amount of the rate of return over a given period of time. For example, suppose one invests $100,000 and these investments return 6% in its first year. The dollar return on this portfolio for this year is $6,000 (6% of $100,000 over a year).
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Text messages from the cell phone of the victim revealed an exchange with one of the men, saying that some of the dollar returns he allegedly received from his investment turned out to be fake.
This is an exciting time in the history of north-west Queensland with the birth of an irrigated agriculture industry that has the potential to generate multi-million dollar returns for local economies.
We believe that stronger dollar returns on foreign assets held by sovereign wealth funds (SWF) will likely partially offset the implication on the fiscal and external position of the UAE due to lower crude price and rising US interest rate.
Yet when it comes to our investment portfolio of RRSP's and TFSA's and non-reg funds, we are seduced by the money manger's swan-song of dollar returns that will allow you to retire by fifty-five or younger.
While the dollar returns on the DG Market are greater than those of a traditional store, the percentage return is not as high, Dreiling says.
Foreign institutional investors, too, will regain confidence in the attractiveness of the Indian markets in terms of dollar returns, say experts.
Of course, a China rally is neither necessary nor sufficient to make serious money in EM, as investors in Turkish, Mexican, Indian, Thai and Philippines shares attest in 2012, with 25 - 40 per cent dollar returns.
Table VII reports regressions of excess stock dollar returns on excess bond dollar returns for the Stock and Bond Event Sample (N = 287) with and without conditioning on the change in the vega of the CEO's wealth.
Exhibit 1, below, displays a histogram of the one-day dollar returns of the current portfolio, using current portfolio weights over the last 500 days, with a normal, bell-shaped curve overlaid upon the histogram.
dollar returns are shown in Figures 1 through 10 for the ten stock markets.
capitalisation) and dollar returns are significant parameters, but there are others that are equally important to the development and well-being of the continent.
Dollar returns to mid-118 yen after fall on weak U.